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Chef, cooking instructor, and cookbook author Deborah Madison recently turned to writing about her life and experiences with food in a memoir entitled An Onion in my Pocket. The title refers to having such a deep connection with food, it’s not unusual to show up at Spanish class with an onion in your pocket left over from making pizza with a friend, or to have your carry-on “luggage” be berries or rhubarb you’re taking home to enjoy. Deborah grew up … Read More
Originally popularized in the French royal courts of the 1600s, hardwood flooring remains the gold standard in flooring to this day. Known for its elegant beauty and strength, hardwood adds a natural design element, softness, and warmth to any space. When it comes to installing new hardwood flooring in your home or office, there is a lot to consider, and the experts at Absolute Flooring & Interiors in Santa Fe, New Mexico can help you make the right flooring decision. … Read More
This week we take a brief look at another key function of ski areas that largely goes unnoticed by skiers, but plays a huge role in how good or bad the experience on the slopes is. As with snow grooming, making manmade snow is an activity carried on largely at night and thus out of sight. None in New Mexico do it more, and better, than the crew at Taos Ski Valley, led by Tommy Murray, snow surfaces manager. Here’s a brief look at the process, plus details on current conditions.